Managing Director of Accra based Hearts of Oak; Mark Noonan has revealed the club has reported two of their players to FIFA for signing for an Angolan club without seeking permission from Hearts of Oak.
The players are Inusah Musah and Isaac Mensah.
Musah signed a three-year deal with Angolan top-flight side Petro Atletico Luanda after his contract with Hearts of Oak expired and specifically refused to extend his stay with the Accra based club.
Mensah also left the Phobians under similar condition to sign a three-year contract with the same Angolan outfit
This According to Mark Noonan is a breach of contract because the duo are still under contract to his club and the Club has forwarded the case to FIFA and the newly instituted Normalisation Committee charged with overseeing football reforms in the country.
"Isaac Mensah (under contract with Hearts) and Inusah left Hearts of Oak without the consent of the club," Noonan told FOX FM.
"We (Hearts of Oak) have petitioned FIFA and the Normalization Committee (Ghana) over the conduct of the players regarding their move to Angola without our consent."
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